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Well, that was my first post on Perl Monks, and I was expecting to look back here tomorrow, and see if I had any replies. I certainly wasn't expecting 4 replies within half an hour! Thanks, people!

I've seen log4j before, and would have gone for that, but it's not installed on the machines here. My script needs to be able to run on any of them, so editting syslog.conf is something I also want to avoid.

However, Log::Dispatch is installed, and even though the Tklog option isn't, I think I should be able to code that in simply enough myself. :)

Thanks for your help,


In reply to Re^3: Logging messages - is there a better way? by matt.tovey
in thread Logging messages - is there a better way? by matt.tovey

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